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we are a military family. they travel a lot. every four years when we got re-stationed you think it's going to be the biggest change in your life but there's always more changes to come. the first thing that we would do when we would get into our new place was set up the beds. and when i go to t.j.maxx i buy good quality things that are going to last a long time. everything i get there, i get at a lower price. shopping at t.j.maxx is always like a bonding experience. discover real value worth sharing. i just think that home, it's wherever your family is. maxx life at t.j.maxx. tracking snow in our region and the latest on our next storm. >> allegations of bribery and
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county liquor board, arrests are made and officials taken into custody. >> russian officials cheering donald trump's election. >> and we'll show you why the timing of new revelations is so important. news4 begins now with storm team 4. >> right now at 11:00 take a live look at the weather situation across our region at this hour. storm team4 is tracking snow that's already fallen in some places. >> but storm team4 is also keeping a close watch on another weather event that is just two days away. doug's standing by in the storm center with details on that, too. hi, doug. >> most of those shots you're looking at around the d.c. metro
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much at all. most of it will be to the north and west. it's been going for the past couple of hours up there. around frederick, leesburg, hagerstown. the last couple of frames, starting to see the film on in here and it is coming to the east. it's been confined right along the blue ridge and just to the west. it's where the elevation changes, when it comes down to lower elevations, it's just drying out and that's going to be the case for about the next 20, 30 minutes. so i do still think we're going to see snow in the d.c. area but to the north and west, you're still going to see maybe another inch up here. some locations in this region may see a total of three inches. i'm tracking this storm and i'm also tracking what's going on right here. this is the last chance for d.c. to get in on the snow. it's the upper level winds coming right across our region. that's why'r
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just to the north and west and we'll continue to see it push in d.c. i'm not too worried about d.c. region schools to the south and east. 33 degrees at 7 a.m., 35 at noon and 4:00, around 35 degrees. still could be some delays well to the north and west. that's what we'll be tracking early tomorrow morning. speaking of those roads, jackie, you're just starting to see the flurries just a few miles to the north. they've got a couple of inches. >> reporter: they have but, doug, you said 11. three minutes before the newscast started here we started seeing light snow flurries, a little hard to see in the lights at this point, you might be able to see the lens. i have a number for you, 1,000. that is the number of lane miles montgomery county's division of highway services said it treated this evening with a brine
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mixture. you can see off 270 in this park and ride lot, snow plows have been prepositioned along major primary roads in the county. we are also told that the county' disvision of highway services as activated its storm operation center at 4 p.m. and they say it is going to start. i wish i could show you. the light conditions we're working with here, it is starting to fall here in gaithersburg. as the snow started, the snowflakes and flurries started going on. i believe we're going on early at 4, i believe someone told me that's correct. it is definitely starting to begin here in gaithersburg. >> right on cue. jackie, thank you. now is the time to download the nbc washington app to your cell
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just open the app, open the tab in the uperp left corner and open the start your set screen menu. >> it's a sight that horrified a lot of you and for the first time tonight we're hearing from the family of a teen-ager tortured on facebook live. >> the victim is an 18-year-old white man with special needs. the video shows the young man cowhering in the corner as they kick and slap him. they cut his hair until his scalp started bleeding, all while yelling [ expletive ] donald trump and [ expletive ] white people. >> we were overwhelmed and surprised. we're happy
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concerned and, yeah, this should never have happened. >> what an understatement. the reverend jesse jackson has called it a savage act of violence and members of the black lives matter movement called the attack barbaric behavior and demanded justice for that victim. at the live desk, i'm chris lawrence. >> thank you, chris. a campaign to undermine the integrity of the american political system, that's how a senior u.s. official describes the findings of intersethe inte from the russian government. the intercepts show that the russians were behind the stolen e-mails from wikilks. a word of caution, the intercepts are open to interpretation but the timing isn't good. they're
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expressed doubt in the intelligence community in the u.s. officials are worried he won't accept their findings tomorrow. >> this was a multi-facetted campaign. so the hacking was only one part of it and it also entailed classical propaganda, disinformation, fake news. >> does that continue? >> yes. >> intelligence officials are calling members of congress asking for backup tomorrow, anticipating a public beat double play from the president-elect. a couple hours ago former fbi director james woolsey quit trump's transition team. >> montgomery county police tell us social media is at the center of a murder in gaithersburg. tonight five suspectse
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magia of new jersey. his mother reported him missing back in october after he said he was heading in maryland thinking he would see a girl he met on facebook. but he was murdered and buried near a shallow grave near seneca park. that facebook page was run by some ms-13 games members and their girl friends. >> the facebook account was fictitious and several suspects arrested used that account to communicate with the female. >> in brentwood they arrested two people. last night three more suspected gang members were arrested. authorities are trying to figure out the connection between the suspects and the victims. >> two members of the liquor board face federal charges for alleged bribery and conspiracy. they were arrested after fbi
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county today. two business owners also face charges. >> this conduct is not tolerated. those days are over in prince goerges county. >> reporter: this morning our cameras rolled as fbi agents collected boxes of files inside the prince goerges county liquor board office. this after one member of the board and the director of the board were charged with bribery and conspiracy. two business owners were arrested today and their stores raided. in the affidavit released by the u.s. state's attorney's office there appears to be additional elected officials under investigation for the part they played in what appears to be a scheme to bribe public officials for votes. the fbi is investigating a maryland state delegate in connection to the
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the delegate isn't named but it's someone from the house home economic committee. georges michael vaughn was the only prince georges delegate to vote that way. he has not been charged or named in the investigation. they worked to get sunday liquor sales bills passed in the county and award specific licenses to specific businesses. fbi agents say the raids and arrests happened today because some worked to sabotage their investigation. >> opportunities for corruption arise when there's a nexus between government officials who have the power to make discretionary decisions and private citizens who stand to gain from the decisions of the e
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long for one of the newest senators on the hill make an impression. the democrat slammed the gop's plan to repeal the affordable care act. scott mcfarland reports it's unusual for a freshly minted senator to make a speech on the senate floor so soon. >> he's been the announcer for every single presidential inauguration since the eisenhower administration. not this year. we'll show you why. >> and new potential plans for the rfk stadium. see
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you know, for nearly 60 years he was the voice of the presidential inauguration, but tonight he feels his voice has been silenced. >> announcer charlie broughtman was devastated when he was told he's losing his gig. how he found out is causing even more pain. it's new at 11. >> i was totally shocked. >> reporter: 89-year-old charlie brotman is usually excited every four years in january leading up to inauguration day. not this time. >> this time is kind of a downer. >> reporter: this living legend has announced at every presidential inauguration parade since president dwight d.
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he was looking forward to announcing donald j. trump. >> i've got friends and family expecting me to do this and i want to do this. >> reporter: the presidential inauguration committee sent him an e-mail on wednesday saying they've selected a new announcer. it also said, quote, there is no question that you are a washington institution and a national treasure. we would like you to come and be a part of the parade as announcer chairman emeritus. we will give you a primetime seat and give the respect to you that is due to you. >> i picked up the telephone and said "is this e-mail correct?" and they said, "yes, sir." >> and steve ray volunteered for the trump campaign. >> i h
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and accepts the presidential chairman emeritus announcer position graciously. i know the inauguration committee is going to do the right thing. >> reporter: are you going to go to the inauguration? >> i'm not sure. i'm considering it. >> and new inauguration day details just into our newsroom. the committee says it no longer needs the space around the elips. that means groups of protesters or supporters can apply for permits to use it. >> the official ticket for donald trump's inauguration was unveiled today. 250,000 of these will be distributed to members of congress next week to give to their constituents. if you are attending official inaugural events on capitol grounds, you will be required to have a ticket but you do not need one to watch the ceremony from the mall. >> a new look at plans to
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redevelop the rfk stadium. the project includes plans for indoor and outdoor community activities, park lands and athletic field. they made room for a potential nfl stadium. the team could build a new stadium at the site but city officials say they would have to pay for it. >> a needy local mom got a life gift today, a car. it came from catholic charities. when she and her three children came to the u.s. from liberia to escape the ebola virus -- she says this means -- >> i'm so grateful that we are going to go to mass as
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>> catholic charities gives away roughly one car a week. they also teach families how to take care of their new car. they've been doing this 25 years now. >> good for them. happy for her and her family. so, doug, we want to talk about timing, i guess. we're all worried about what the morning commute is going to be like. >> i think it fine around i-95. it areas well north and west we're going to see some problems. i thought we'd see something in d.c. it's starting to now. i wasn't expecting any problems on the roads in d.c. that's not going to be the case as you wake in the morning. in the last few minutes, it finally starting to fill in around the d.c. area. i was looking at this over an hour, hour and a half ago. it's just starting to do so. just over the last couple of frames starting to fill in and all of this is moving off towards the east. it wasn't able to do that. it was gettingto
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elevati elevation, almost exactly. you go up 600 feet right there and you get the flow across. you're seeing snow to the north and the normal areas, higher elevations, damascus, frederick, bluemont, some locations picking up one to two inches of snow already where d.c. has not had many flakes at all tonight. we are lasting this last little burst, it's right here. that's the last piece of energy that will try to move on through the area. i do think it will bring snow to d.c. again, it not much, just as we've been talking about all day. temperatures 36 degrees. that means the road are going to be a-okay. where they're not okay, back to the west. sidewalks, watch out walking early tomorrow morning. could be a problem in those area. you notice by 5
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by 8:00 the sun is up and snowfall totals, tonight less than an inch around d.c. north and west of our area, that's the one to two inches. i wouldn't be surprised for some areas to pick up three inches up towards the frederick area. those are the same locations that have been under the winter weather advisory all day and those are the same areas that will continue to do so until 5 a.m. now, watching our next system. that is going to track down to the south, toward atlanta and up the coast. now, how far up the coast is this storm going to come? you noticed the winter storm warnings all the way from charlotte and raleigh. this is now looking like some of the latest computer models, trying tocome in closer and give us some of the snow closer to the d.c. metro area. trending a little farther north,
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heaviest much closer to the engine. here's your forecast, mat. i-95, three inches down low. but notice down towards southern maryland, three inches or more, maybe upwards of five inches where leesburg and frederick, you don't see any at all. you'll get your on saturday and d.c., nothing. it's amazing how that happens. 35 degrees for a high temperature tomorrow. sunshine early. as we move on through the next couple of days, it's just cold this weekend. wind chills in the teens. we've got another chance of snow early tuesday before changing to rain. a lot going on in the weather center. we'll keep up posted. >> looks like a lot of places that don't even have snow plows are going to get hammered this time, right? >> they'll get more that we will. >> thank you, doug. >>
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we are a military family. they travel a lot. every four years when we got re-stationed you think it's going to be the biggest change in your life but there's always more changes to come. the first thing that we would do when we would get into our new place was set up the beds. and when i go to t.j.maxx i buy good quality things that are going to last a long time. everything i get there, i get at a lower price. shopping at t.j.maxx is always like a bonding experience. discover real value worth sharing. i just think that home, it's wherever your family is. maxx life at t.j.maxx.
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this is the xxfinity sports desk. >> the stage was bigger, the spotlight was on the caps and they lived up to the moment. they crushed it. the fans had it right, "hey, blue jackets, no streaking at the verizon center." the caps, they wouldn't give it up earl
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daniel winnik flies in. later in the first, evgeni k kuznetskov. schmidt was a healthy scratch on tuesday. first shot blocked, second shot, back in the net. caps on a goal streak, up 3-0. andre burakovsky, predicting a fun moment when ending the blue jacket streak. he gets in the scoring party. a commanding 4-0 lead there, but the boys not done, making their statement off a turnover. justin williams, third goal in his last four games. sneaking it right under the bar. caps snap columbus' streak with a 5-0 win and a different tale afterward for
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>> i had that effect on the young girls when i was a lot younger so -- when i had long hair. >> [ bleep ]. >> he means crap. >> no, i mean [ bleep ]. >> all righty then. d.c. meantime needs a new d.c. joe barry, one of the most energetic coaches on the sidelines but his defense was ranked 28th. d line men, chris baker, was at the park when the news broke and he says he saw it coming. >> i wouldn't say i was surprised by it. my defense was last in a lot of statistical categories, so i knew some type of change was going to happen, whether it was going to be with the players or the coaches. bu
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play in right now. it's all about results. when you have the kind of results we've had as a defense, it's going to a different area that's available. hopefully whoever they pick will do a great job and turn this
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